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See JonesW. C. Jones.
Strawberries at Peterson's.
Wiilits and Cahill write fire in
suranee in reliable companies.
re powerful then Svengali's
hypm lij power is Mark's Lung
Invitations were issued yester
day for the Knights of Pythias
Visit our soda fountain. All
the fancy drinks of the Season
now on sale. I. B. Olson.
Hon. J. M. Mavkham went to
Minneapolis this morning to
spend a week with his family.
Mr.-and Mrs. Hall of St. Paul
will spend the summer with
their sister, Mrs. W. Sexton of
The city schools closed yester
day afternoon for the Easter va
cation. Exercises were held in
the primary rooms.
A. T. Wheelock, who has been
on the sick list for the past week,
is very much improved this
morning and will no donbt be
himself again in a few days.
Miss Gralton, who has display
room with O'Leary & Bowser,
will hold her Easter millinery
opening Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, March 31 to April 2.
Prof. Edmunds will spend his
Easter vacation at Tower and
other points in the range country
and before returning hopes to
locate a claim in the range coun
Owing to the recent fire Miss
Hetland's spring and summer
millinery stock is entirely new
and up to date. Formal Easter
opening next Monday and Tues
John Fleming went to Walker
this morning to spend Sunday
with friends. Next week he
leaves for Aurora,one of the Iron
Range towns, where he has ac
The Rev. Mrs. Ted Smith de
livers a lecture on spiritualism
at Anger's hall, Superior tomor
row. Yesterday's Duluth Her
ald printed a picture of Mrs.
Smith and gave her extended
Jolih Dahl went to the county
jail this morning because^ he
could not pay a fine of $5 and
costs, imposed in Judge Peuder
gast's court for drunkenness.
For ten days he will be the guest
of Sheriff Bailey.
Late advices from Chief Be
midji who is seriously ill is that
his condition is steadily becom
ing more grave and he, cannot
survive but a few days longer
unless there is a radical change
for the better.
Dan Fullerton will train Fred
Brinkman's trotting mare "Kitty
Valentine." Mr. Fullerton will
take her with the other horses
when he leaves for Park Rapids
in a few weeks to begin his sum
mer training at the Park Rapids
M. E. Carson, \vl,o iwib been
assisting at Schrot der's grocery
store for some time past has
severed his connection to get
ready for the bpening^ of the
Princess grocery. Mr.' Carson
expects the n^wstore to be^eady
for business next Sfoturday^
DR" "FO S ER
9 8 O 9
Pillsbury's Best Hour for sale
Seed grain and grasses a
specialty at Schroeder's store.
The retail liquor dealers have
a meeting at Red Men's hall to
The local recruiting office now
has fourteen men on hand to
shipped to St. Louis idid Liu
Lammers Bros, loggingcamps
at Nortliome have broken i:p and
quite a number of the men ar
rived in Bemidji this mp.ru
Arthur Vanderplow a home
steader from the Turtle Lr
country is one of the la!'1--
emits enlisted at the_ local
We are showing an elegant line of
SPRING and SUMME GOODS
bought early,therefore got thebenefit
of lowprices and you get same benefit
Muslin Underwear from 15c to 3.50
^hitt Wai^tS* thgg
L. D. Duffy, of Lust dri
Forks, is in the city today Inofe
ing up a location for a bo
alley. He has about 'deckled to
put one in in this city.
Do not overlook the fact that
the Milton Ice Cream is the pur
est and best ice cream shipped
into the city. We have the sole
agency. 51. B. Olson.
Miss Hetland will show .the
swellest trimmed hats, nobbiest
street hats and the famous Gage
tailored hats at her opening Mon
day and Tuesday, March 28and 29.
Nero fiddled while Rome
burned. We cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their
chance to cure a cough when it
is so easy to get Mark's Lung
No. 14 arrived two and one half
hours late over the Great North
ern line today. Yesterday's
storm resulted in greatly inter
rupted traffic all over the west
E. T. Crawford and John Gib
bons are' the joint owners of a
team of drivers warranted to
turn a mile in three minutes,
purchased of Thomas Nary, the
big lumberman, who doesn't
have anything in horseflesh that
A local amusement promoter
plans to start an Uncle Tom's
Cabin show out of Bemidji under
canvass about the 1st of May.
It will carry a band and orchestra
and travel in a special car. The
people for the production are
now being secured.
Henry Bueuther's 'taxidermy
establishment has received a
handsome specimen of a silver
grey fox to be mounted. Th--
silver grey is a very rare sr
men and is very valuable. It is
one of the first ever brought to
this city and was poisoned by a
-Mrs. Joseph Deschane, wife of
thl man who was sent to the
state penitentiary this week for
stealing oats at Tenstrike denys
that she is in destitute circum
stances and says that she is well
able to care for herself and five
small children. ^Her parents
who are reported to be quite
wealthy have been notified of her
Somebody, is monkeying with
the buzz saw at Turtle River and
is going around making the state
ment that he will lick Editor
Morehead of the Pine Tree as
soon as he catches him alone.
The Pioneer don't know who it is
that has escaped the harvest of
the foolkiller but will wager' any
decent amount that Editor More
head wont come off second best
if it ever comes to a mixed up
New Ginghams New Laces
New Embroideries Ne Belts i
New Underskirts New Cot Hosiery
And of course you know we sell
THE QUEE N QUALIT SHO E I
Also a complete line of
Men's, Boys' and
W MCCIIAIG WM. MCtL) Alii -voice was quite clear and natural
AAAAAAAAAOA#6O09Q best remedry] I
mSAMATTER OF HEALTH
WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
For wall paper see J. A. HofE
Finest dairy butter and fresh
eggs always at Peterson's.
K. T. Crawford was at Nortli
ome last night on business.
Miss Hetland's Easter opening
Monday and Tuesday, March 56
Miss Dot Keihiu has been visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Speeiman at Northome.
B. F. Carter, the Tenstrike
real estate man, was in the city
last night in attendance at the
Miller Bros, have returned
from a trip up the north line with
their moving picture show and
have been doing a nice business.
The local Masonic lodge had a
working session last night and
'onferred the'third degree on
Harry Reynolds and Harry
Station Agent Bordsen has re
signed his position at Tenstrike
and will accept a position tele
graphing for the Western Union
P. V. Copper noil, who has
been attending the term of the
district court here for the past
week returned to his homo at
Wadena this morning.
D. C. Smyth says the Pioneer
was in error the other day when
it said he was going to take a
rest. Mr. Smyth doesn't feel
the need of one yet although he
has been in business for a long
oTme and ho proposes to do just
as much work as ever.
A miniature wigwam, standing
about three feet high, has been
shippad by Major Scott, Indian
agent, to the St. Louis world's
fair commission, to bo placed on
exhibition. It will unquostion
ably bo an attractive feature of
Minnesota's exhibit and will give
many who have never seen Lo at
home an idea of the kindof domi
cile he lives in.
Charles Moore and Frank
Brown colored minstrels became
intoxicated last night and imag
ined for a time that they owned
the Pennsylvania railroad. All
hallucinations were dispelled in
Judge Pendergast's court this
morning when they were sen
tenced to ten days in the county
jail because they could not pay
a fine of $5 and costs.
Sheriff" Bailey returns today
from Stillwater, where he went
to commit John MeGuire to the
penitentiary. Roy Loveland and
Lylo Cory will be taken down the
first of the week and with the
taking up of the criminal calen
dar, and the disposition of the
various cases the population at
the county jail, which has been
large during all of the winter,will
be materially reduced.
at the Bazaar.
TO RENTFive unfurnished
rooms, close to center of town.
FOR SALEA few pieces of new
furniture, consisting of stove's,
dining room furniture, bud
room furniture and odd chairs.
Call mornings after t) o'clock,
Kinny Cottage, Like Boule
WANTEDFor U. S. Army able
bodied, unmarried men be
tween ages of 21 and JJ5, citi
zens of United States, ol a
good character and temperate
habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For in
formation, apply to Recruiting
Officer. Miles block, Bemidji,
Conductor Warren of the C. &
N. W. K. R. says: I had been
suffering-with a severe cold for
several days, and was so hoarse
I could not speak above a whis
per, Nov, 16, 1 met one of Dr.
Warner's agents on my train, he
handed mm a bottle of the White
Wine of Tar Syrup, and one hour
after taking the first dose my
|hoarseness commenced leaving
n?u nwrniri Ime. In twenty four hours my
These goods are all
Formal Spring Opening
of the New
TUESDAY MARC 29
The Daintiest Creations of
the Season's Fashions, direct
from New York and Paris.
N O MILLINERY SHOWING
has ever been made in tfemidji which will for one moiltout
compare for completeness, exelusiveness or perfection ol
Stylo with the display which we dtfttj make for the inspec-
tion of tlie ladies of Bemiuji and vicinity next Tuesday,
Are "The Glass of Fashion and the Mould of Form/'
The Largest Showing
and Best Selected Line
of Spring Goods.
The newest makes and fabrics in
Ladies' Suits, Waists, Skirts
and Dress Goods
will he displayed in the greatest variety of style. Our
new line of
is worthy of your inspection
ings is more complete and oll
SOUVENIRA handsorae souvenir will
to every lady at lending I he opening.
Our line of ladies furnish
higher grade than ever
liis'd in the East ami are the
)f the season's
RECEPTIONA reception will be given to tin
ladies of Hemidji and virinity Tuesday evening'.
fresh moid will be served! No goods will he sold
evening. The Berman
Next door to Postoffice.
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We have the lively, new,
fascinating card game,
Panic is a mimic on Wall-street exchange
Price, 40 cents.
A. G-ILMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG STO RE
Pioneer Drug Store of Bemidji.
Many Good Reasons
The Peerless All-SteelRange
has many distinctive points of merit. Everybody who
wants a range and understands the desirability and
economy of having only the best, should coine in uul
let ns show this range.
This is the original and only all-jsteel range.
There aro no ofhoi's which deserve to he mentioned in
the same class.
The quick heat radiation of this range makes
a very great saving in the amount of fuel.
DON'T I ML TO SEE IT.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
C. H. MILES
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